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    Quote Originally Posted by Svelectric1 View Post
    I have the wolf for my m11. You'll love it. Here it is in shorty action.
    https://youtu.be/geAALpYWqIk
    https://youtu.be/QVp56dl4-54
    I'm not sure I'd like the proctology exam with a metal rod. Why not just have you pull the magazine and drop the bolt like everyone else does?

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    Quote Originally Posted by No. 6 View Post
    A few days closer to having it in my possession, so of course starting to look for goodies to add. Been thinking about a C-MORE among other things. What is the collective advise on this and other "must have" items?
    Also debating between a Silencerco Hybrid with ASR locking system and a Bowers. Pros/cons?
    Open your checking account and give Lage all of your money.

    On a more serious note, if you're going to be swapping uppers, Lage makes a pin that makes the process less obnoxious than the OEM one.
    Last edited by A_Rabid_Buffalo; 03-15-2019 at 03:21 PM.

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    must haves:

    side cocking upper
    cfw bolt
    Lage max 11
    Lage max 11/31
    Lage 11/15
    Lage or practical solutions stock
    Lage grip
    (4) Eotechs
    10,000 rounds of 9mm Sellier and Bellot 115gr
    20 50 round shockwave mags
    20 72 round suomi drums
    12 50 round coffin mags
    Suppressor - my Octane 45 is OK. A redone original M11 sonics can would be better

    Mac 10/45 Powder Springs
    then all the above uppers all over again

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    10,000 rounds of 9mm Sellier and Bellot 147gr
    fixed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Battering ram NIB View Post
    must haves:

    side cocking upper
    cfw bolt
    Lage max 11
    Lage max 11/31
    Lage 11/15
    Lage or practical solutions stock
    Lage grip
    (4) Eotechs
    10,000 rounds of 9mm Sellier and Bellot 115gr
    20 50 round shockwave mags
    20 72 round suomi drums
    12 50 round coffin mags
    Suppressor - my Octane 45 is OK. A redone original M11 sonics can would be better
    I have a Gemtech can.

    And if you want those uppers, that Lage 1 piece low profile receiver pin is an absolute must have!

    I seriously cannot stress enough that the two piece pin is complete pain to take apart.

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    I like the push button pin

    More secure

    I own both styles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A_Rabid_Buffalo View Post
    Open your checking account and give Lage all of your money.

    On a more serious note, if you're going to be swapping uppers, Lage makes a pin that makes the process less obnoxious than the OEM one.

    KNS makes a one piece pin. its all I've ever used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Battering ram NIB View Post
    must haves:

    side cocking upper
    cfw bolt
    Lage max 11
    Lage max 11/31
    Lage 11/15
    Lage or practical solutions stock
    Lage grip
    (4) Eotechs
    10,000 rounds of 9mm Sellier and Bellot 115gr
    20 50 round shockwave mags
    20 72 round suomi drums
    12 50 round coffin mags
    Suppressor - my Octane 45 is OK. A redone original M11 sonics can would be better

    Mac 10/45 Powder Springs
    then all the above uppers all over again
    Ex(p)(t)ensive list there...
    and you left out all the internal pieces that need upgrading/replacing....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuffDragon View Post
    KNS makes a one piece pin. its all I've ever used.
    I tried one. I found it counterintuitive to push the release button hard enough for release, but push the other end hard enough to push the pin out.

    Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by A&S Conversions View Post
    I tried one. I found it counterintuitive to push the release button hard enough for release, but push the other end hard enough to push the pin out.

    Scott
    Agreed.
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    Count me as one more who doesnít like the KNS take down pins. Beautiful piece of work and Chris and crew are great guys, itís just not for me. Call me old school, but I still prefer the original, two piece take down pins.
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    Same here on kns pins. Love them but they are too difficult to use

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    Quote Originally Posted by A&S Conversions View Post
    I tried one. I found it counterintuitive to push the release button hard enough for release, but push the other end hard enough to push the pin out.

    Scott
    its weird, but easier to keep up with one piece versus two.
    IMHO YMMV ETC

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    I'm a kns fan. I'd say start with the internal upgrades Lage sells, and then add uppers over time. I don't think you'd get as much fun net if you bought all the uppers at once as if you got them one at a time and enjoyed them more.

    If you're set on getting a supressor right away, get an MPA Upper with modern barrel threads, or a Gordo Ghost from Sam at Practical Solutions. General wisdom is it's smart to leave your OEM upper as is, and those barrels are a pain to get off anyway.

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    I'm a fan of the KNS pin. It is easy to remove but not too easy.

    I've had the OEM 2 piece and the Lage but I've had both back out under continuous drum fire. A KNS pin fell apart once but I called and had a new one in my mailbox in 3 days. Good service from both Lage and KNS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaujo View Post
    ... I'd say start with the internal upgrades Lage sells, and then add uppers over time. ...

    .... General wisdom is it's smart to leave your OEM upper as is, and those barrels are a pain to get off anyway.
    Pretty much my plan in a nutshell.

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    I have several of the KNS pins, so obviously I like them, but it is all good if you don't. I think this is more of a style thing rather than a right of wrong thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigstroker View Post
    I'm not sure I'd like the proctology exam with a metal rod. Why not just have you pull the magazine and drop the bolt like everyone else does?
    Yikes! What if the bolt fell on a live round while doing that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigstroker View Post
    Do you have to drill a hole in the lower for that stock?
    Nope goes right in with stock prongs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigj480 View Post
    The offset in that stock is throwing me off. Anyway, it appears to be made for semi-autos because of the way it seems to attach.
    Yep. It's a tad odd. My main concern is nobody makes repair parts for it. Why wouldn't you buy new @ that price...
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